The hotel is very nice and I think it has great facilities. It is close to the motorway which is a plus. It was a little confusing with the price of breakfast. It was £17.50 for adults and I don't think that the price should have been that much considering the breakfast on offer. Other then that it was a good experience. I recommend a stay.
Friendly, efficient check in and welcome. The hotel is set in a quiet location with extensive grounds. I stayed only one night on a business trip, but would definitely consider going back for a weekend break..
"The staff was so friendly, polite, professional. "
From the minute my daughter (aged 20) arrived on the Saturday, we were made to feel welcome and our custom valued. We were having a spa treatment here on the mothers day so I decided to make a weekend of it and booked us in for the weekend. Arrived just after 3pm, so easy to find the hotel as just 5 minutes from the motorway. The entrance to the grounds of the hotel gave us an idea of the environment we were about to spend our weekend, lovely. It was quite busy at reception when we checked in as there was a wedding party just having their photos taken outside at the front, I commented how lovely and special it would be to have a wedding and function here. The staff were all so friendly and it was clear the staff all seemed very happy to be working there. Our room was lovely as I expected,. After booking our evening meal, we went for a swim in the hotel pool. The lighting and atmosphere was so relaxing. The evening meal, beautiful, restaurant staff very professional and friendly. Booked and paid for breakfast when we had arrived, it was a refreshing change not having to rush around on the Sunday morning as breakfast is served until 11am. Didn't need to eat again till dinner when we arrived home. My daughter had a manicure at the spa I had a facial which relaxed me so much. This was the best mother''s day I have ever had with my lovely daughter. And this is how I will spend every mother day until she becomes a mother herself. I would like to add the WiFi was free..
What a great find! I hope I impressed upon the management and staff how pleased I was with everything! From the welcome, the room, new sheets, lovely bathroom, nice and cosy in the worst weather! The lovely home cooked food! The fantastic staff! I would not hesitate to return. Thank you for making g a difficult weekend so much easier!
Stopped off for the night driving from Glasgow to South Wales. Room and service very good. I just felt breakfast was a bit lacking. Eggs were only available scrambled and there were heaps of sausages but no bacon. Apart from that it was fine.
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Once a thriving mill town, Preston has felt the pinch of de-industrialization like much of the northeast. The city is peppered with beautiful old buildings including the Harris Museum and St John's Minster. The River Ribble runs through the south of the city, where the old docks are undergoing regeneration. A little further up the Ribble is Brockholes: a nature reserve with bird-watching hides.